KZUU is an alternative music radio station at Washington State University. Here is a session from the mid 1980's with deejay Marc Burns playing some of his favorite songs of the time. Topics: 1980's, alternative radio, wsu
A singular episode of Nightfall" that should make the complete series available here. Other episodes seem to have errors in their episode numbering... I got my listing from a variety of sources in agreement. Topics: Nightfall, Horror, OTR, 1980's
Janus Sounds (www.janussounds.com) presents: A free download of a 1982 recording of 'Big Chief', featuring Dick Heckstall-Smith - "a key member of the jazz-blues scene" (John Fordham, The Guardian) - to celebrate what would have been Dick's 80th birthday on 16 September 2014. A full album to be released later in 2014. Topics: Jazz, Blues, London, 1980's
Here is 90 minutes of AM radio from station WMYT in Mebane, North Carolina. Circa August of 1985, the station had an oldies format. DJ Ernie K.Buck, a temporary fill-in, is at the controls. Topics: AM Radio, WMYT, oldies, 1980's
This is presumably the first session recorded on the Fidelity Hi-Fi Tower, sometime in July 1984. The new song 'This Is The Day' was first wrote on July 3rd, and with revision on the 16th re-titled 'Today's The Day', here it's in early formation, with the faltering of the melody and lyrics making this clear. The aforementioned incompatible issue with the type 2 tape, 'BASF chrom-dioxid II 90' is now executed, the previous recording intermixed with the current recording as you can hear. The... Topics: songwriter, songwriting, amateur, 1984, 1980's, tape, cassette
Recorded live at 1st Avenue in Minneapolis in late 1984 (I think). Originally released as a cassette only and available at Northern Lights and maybe a few other local music stores. The recording starts out very muddy during the opening of Bliss but brightens about halfway through the song and remains pretty good for the duration. There are a total of 12 tracks. All in all, a pretty good example of the UGs live. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Urban Guerrillas, Post Punk, Dance, 1980's, Minneapolis
This week we pay tribute to the great 1980â²s classic, âFerris Buellerâs Day Off,â the coming of age comedy that pits a young high school screw up against the evil Mr. Rooney and his hilarious secretary. Join us as we pick apart Ferrisâ antics and discuss whether or not he is the hero of the 80â²s generation or an overrated, lying little punk! Topics: 1980's, Cinema, Comedy, Discussion, ferris bueller, Movies, Podcast.
I was accompanied with Michael Parsons, my church associate, for a short recording session in July 1984, the first time I was partnered with someone to add the extra vocals and to harmonize on my song 'That's The Way It Should Be'. (Although my neighbor helped me write the song in February 1983 - see Songwriter Boy-5) The song had been wrote that way, for a second vocalist to join in. Here was the opportunity to showcase the song just the way it should be, with a second vocalist to join in,... Topics: songwriter, songwriting, 1984, tape, cassette, 1980's, Michael Parsons
Commencement Exercises program listing graduates by name. Distributed at the college commencement ceremonies. (1987 and 1989 are missing at time of digitization and will be digitized separately) Topics: Alumni, Broward Community College commencement ceremonies, Graduation programs, 1980’s
2nd generation copies from separate sessions that were ultimately erased and wiped. These were originally recorded on the boom box 'ghetto blaster' tape recorder sometime in 1984, they are to be found on a copy of one of the four PHILIPS FE-1 cassettes. The tape titled PHILIPS 2 was trusted to my young niece, in the early 90's, I later saw the necessity to make a copy of the most important tracks, other parts were from my vinyl record collection, this was wise since by 1996 the tape was... Topics: songwriter, songwriting, amateur, 1984, 1980's, tape, cassette, Michael Parsons
The second installment of mostly 80's hard rock/metal covers featuring "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" in 1986, Bluegrass covers by Steve ‘n’ Seagulls, Iron Horse Also Tenacious D, Arch Enemy, Avail, Agent Orange, Mad Caddies, Metallica and more!Playlist:Iron Maidens NO. 1 Fan The Trooper (Iron Maiden)Farm Machine 2015Steve ‘n’ SeagullsHeavy Metal Parking Lot 1986Steeler [Chemical Submission Mix] (Judas Preist)An Industrial Rock Tribute To Judas Priest 2001Alex MitchelHeavy Metal... Topics: Metal, Cover Songs, Covers, Heavy Metal, 1980's
60 minutes of AM radio from KRXA radio in Seward, Alaska dedicated to the band Squeeze. part of the station's Saturday night "Alternative Music Program," deejay Andy Smallman is at the controls. Topics: KRXA, AM Radio, 1980's, Andy Smallman, Squeeze
No description from the National Archives. Info from a 1980's press release: "In 1986 the Dave Winfield Foundation worked with the Drug Enforcement Agency to produce the Say No to Drugs: It's Your Decision video for junior and senior high school students, which Winfield narrated. The DEA used the video for assembly programs nationally and for its Sports Drug Awareness program (professional athletes serving as positive role models for young people.) Winfield was the chairman of the DEA's... Topics: Dave Winfield, Just Say No, Classic PSA, The 1980's
Sure, every generation and decade has its pluses and minuses, benefits to enjoy and crosses to bear, nostalgia to profit from and pissy noise to put up with and around here at the Hour Of Crap Garage, there's one decade provides the majority of piss, puss and all around bad noise and it’s the dreaded 80’s: MTV, the political wasteland that discovered someone worse than Jimmy Carter, the hyperactive hubris that was the shopping mall, the destruction of Michael Jackson, you name it and... Topics: Hour Of Crap, podcast, 1980's, you suck
Is Magnum P.I. TOO 80's? Can it be updated? Should it be rebooted? Can it not be another boring CBS show? We certainly discuss the possibilities. Topics: Magnum PI, Tom Selleck, Movies, Film, TV, Television, 1980's
KZAM (1540 AM) was an AM radio station in Bellevue, WA that in 1980/81 broadcast "alternative" music, what had just been dubbed "New Wave" at the time. A victim of low ratings (or just being ahead of its time), the station changed its format in early 1981. Here is 60 minutes of KZAM's last day, hosted by DJ Cyndi Bemel. Topics: KZAM, AM radio, new wave, alternative music, 1980's
An album By Belfast based electronic music producer, Mindburner. This was produced in 2009. Check out my youtube channel (waheeX) for videos and more Also added is a new cover version of the classic Gary Numan song - Films Topics: Mindburner, Your Slave, 1980's, wahee, synth, prophet 5
No description at the National Archives but this is several Dave Winfield PSAs promoting an event called Straight World of Sports. National Archives Identifier: 37870 Topics: Dave Winfield, Classic PSA, Just Say No, The 1980's
One long recording session from around June or July 1984. It is the last remaining session recorded on the transistor radio/tape recorder 'boom box', before recordings on the hi-fi tower took over, using hand held mics in July that year. The mechanical noise generated by the stop or pause buttons heard on a specific recording ascertains which recording machine was used, the 'boom box' having a much harsher noise than the almost silent hi-fi, or indeed if hand held microphones are heard which... Topics: songwriter, songwriting, tape, cassette, 1980's, 1984, amateur
This session was recorded in August or September 1984. This is taken from a BASF chrom-dioxid type 2 tape, which I have already mentioned was the wrong type I was using for my hi-fi tape deck. I have been trying to re-use a tape on a machine not equipped to handle that specific type, resulting in older recordings not erasing as normal, but still being audible over new recordings, thus fused together. A previous recording session from a couple of months before is heard. At times these... Topics: Songwriting, Songwriter, 1984, 1980's, cassette, tape, amateur
Mirror80 is a blog that celebrates the intersection of modern design and retro style. It focuses on the revival of interior design and graphic design from the 1980's. Original location: http://mirror80.com/ Topics: website, blog, design, retro, retro design, 1980's, 1980s, eighties, 1980s design, 1980's design,...
This is video footage of a conversation between Timothy Leary and Paul Krassner at a cafe in Los Angeles. Introduction by Zach Leary. A conversation in American politics and society in the 1990's. Topics: American Politics, The 1980's, Los Angeles, George Bush, predictions, zach leary, paul krassner
Cobra, Ben and John once again discuss how an undead magician named Jason runs rampant through the small town of Crystal Lake, while drinking and making outrageous comparisons. Topics: Friday the 13th, Horror, Podcast, Horror Reviews, Slashers, 1980's, 3-D, Jason Voorhees
Jason and Jay Fosgitt (friend, past guest, creator of Dead Duck Comics, and Necronomicomics) discuss the best and worst slasher films of the 80's! This was an amazing episode with 2 guys that really know their 80's slasher films! Amazingly the closer they got to number the more the films were likely to be sequels! Topics: Horror, Podcast, Creepercast, 1980's, 80's horror, 80's horror films, slasher, 80's slasher
Amateur guitar plucking of a tune of my own making, mainly on one string up and down the fret board. Recorded August or September 1984 when I was 15/16. Cassette is a BASF CR2-90 (1 of 3). Recorded on my Fidelity Hi-Fi Tower, with microphones jacked in. The extra guitar strums near the end were actually unrelated, a technical glitch made an impression of the previous recording to bleed through. Audio has been uploaded using Alesis USB Tape Deck Link to Audacity, no editing or noise removal... Topic: "guitar" "amateur" "single notes" "pluck"...
This is the third episode of the short-lived 1980's series "The Master" (aka Master Ninja). It stars Lee Van Cleef as an ageing Ninja who returns to the US from Japan to search for his missing daughter. Superstar ninja, Sho Kosugi appears as his nemesis and was fight choreographer/stunt arranger for the series. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, The Master, Master Ninja, Lee van Cleef, Sho Kosugi, 1980's, action
This is an in-store cassette played during the month of October 1984 at Sound Warehouse record stores. This chain appeared within the Chicagoland market in the late 1980's and was gone by the mid-1990's.Special Thanks to Tom Schwarzrock who personally provided this very rare tape to me so that it can be added to the archive collection. Topics: Sound Warehouse, cassette tape, retail, in-store, in store, music, muzak, kmart, 1980's 1980s
Literary magazine designed, produced, and edited solely by the student of Broward College (formerly Junior College of Broward County, Broward Junior College and Broward Community College). Contents include original prose, poetry, artwork, photography, digital works and other forms of creative works. The opinions expressed are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent those of the editors, faculty, staff, administrators or trustees of Broward College. Topics: Broward College --Student Publications, Literary magazine, Student publications, Students' artwork,...
Another chance to slap on the slap, squeeze in to that old spandex leotard and tune in to the Autopsy Report Hair Metal Special. First aired in May 2013, it's way too good to be played only once. That, and the fact that Gramie has some rather pressing private stuff this week and didn't have time to do a new show. Doh!!! Tune in...This week's playlist:Twisted Sister - I Wanna RockQuiet Riot - Bang Your Head (Mental Health)Ratt - Lay It DownWarrant - Cherry PieMötley Crüe - Girls, Girls,... Topics: rock, metal, glam rock, glam metal, 1980's, podcast radio show
Outright Geekery.com brings you an ongoing geek debate series, Geekly Debate. The OG Crew is full of opinions (among other stuff) and we present a category, make a pick, and defend that pick tooth and nail. Topics: Debate, Outright Geekery, Geek, Podcast, Movies, Films, 1980's, Cheesy Movies
This is an Older comedy track played a lot on Dr Demento back in the day by Mr. Zipp off the over the hedge album . It happens to be a fav at my house hope you enjoy ~Sheep Dog ~ Topics: Spanky (Mewanta) Woods, Sheep Dog, Comedy, Mr Zipp, Dr Demento, Humor, 1980's
This is an in-store cassette played during the month of August 1984 at Sound Warehouse record stores. This chain appeared within the Chicagoland market in the late 1980's and was gone by the mid-1990's.Special Thanks to Tom Schwarzrock (Zephryrhills, FL) who personally provided this very rare tape to me so that it can be added to the archive collection. Topics: Sound Warehouse, cassette tape, retail, in-store, in store, music, muzak, kmart, 1980's 1980s
This is an in-store cassette played during the month of June 1984 at Sound Warehouse record stores. This chain appeared within the Chicagoland market in the late 1980's and was gone by the mid-1990's.Special Thanks to Tom Schwarzrock who personally provided this very rare tape to me so that it can be added to the archive collection. Topics: Sound Warehouse, cassette tape, retail, in-store, in store, music, muzak, kmart, 1980's 1980s
This is an in-store cassette played during the month of March 1984 at Sound Warehouse record stores. This chain appeared within the Chicagoland market in the late 1980's and was gone by the mid-1990's.Special Thanks to Tom Schwarzrock (Zephryrhills, FL) who personally provided this very rare tape to me so that it can be added to the archive collection. Topics: Sound Warehouse, cassette tape, retail, in-store, in store, music, muzak, kmart, 1980's 1980s
Webley Webster and the MacBeebee twins open the public radio show. This show, hosted on the Internet Archives Bob and Ray for the Truly Desperate , is from a series of Public Radio Shows recorded in the early to mid 1980's. The recording quality on this "aircheck" recordings is almost too good for the Truly Desperate Collection. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: oldtimeradio, radioprograms, Bob & Ray, Bob & Ray, Goulding, BNRToast, BNR, OTR, Old Time...
Amateur guitar play from an old cassette (Memorex 120) recorded in 1984 when I was 15. Plucking 1 or 2 strings to a tune of my own making. This was an experimental recording session, using two tape recording machines. (Ghetto Blaster & Hi-Fi Tower) TAKE - 3 with takes 1 & 2 impositions playing, creating a final 3 track recording. Two previous takes (two track recording) playing, while recording a third track. Topic: Guitar Amateur Plucked Cassette Tape Noise Bad-music two-track 1980's 80's Ghetto Blaster